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[bug#33598] Optimizations for emacs-clang-format and emacs-clang-rename

From: Tim Gesthuizen
Subject: [bug#33598] Optimizations for emacs-clang-format and emacs-clang-rename
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2019 16:37:17 +0100
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On 07.01.19 14:47, Pierre Neidhardt wrote:
> Merged!
>> : > +;;; Returns a package definition that packages an emacs-lisp file from 
>> the
>> : 
>> : "Return", not "Returns".
> You forgot this!  Anyways, I was confused by the docstring, so I took the
> liberty to simplify it a little bit to the following:

Whoops... Maybe I did not reformat the patches.

>   "Return a package definition named PACKAGE-NAME that packages the Emacs Lisp
> If you think this is missing something, let me know and I'll fix it.

Much better. That was probably just to straight forward for me.

> Oops, got too fast: there is a circular dependency problem because emacs.scm
> depends on llvm.scm.
> The function must be moved to some other place.  I'll place it in emacs utils 
> or
> something.

So that is my "weird issue"!
I first packaged the function in emacs-utils.scm and experienced much
worse things. I suspected it to be a circular dependency as any package
using emacs-build-system includes emacs-utils under the hood and moved
it to packages/emacs.scm.
I thought it was something different because the same error appeared
there too.

Maybe we should have a file with "shortcuts" for package definitions of
special kind and place the function there?
I would claim that we would have the same problems in emacs-utils.scm.


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